I have to hand it to Tyler over at NHL Digest.com. He's really evolving his site nicely, especially when it comes to original content. He's really branching out and trying to reach every audience.
This weekend, courtesy of a regular feature called The Neil Show, he has posted an interview with Montreal's legendary beat reporter Red Fisher. Fisher has been covering the Habs and the NHL for well over 50 years including 17 Stanley Cup championships. He is a real treasure we must tap while he's still around. NHL Digest does just that, as there's some real nice conversation here.
Fisher recalls the very first game he was ever assigned to cover: March 17th, 1955, the night of the Richard Riot! He also tells us who is the most talented Montreal player he's seen in his 53 years, and the answer is not Rocket Richard or Guy Lafleur. He also has a lot of insight on the 2007-08 Habs.
Check it out at NHL Digest.com today.